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are capable of it? marvel that it is happening? one week after her son, dylan, was killed alongside ben and those 18 other kids in sandy hook, dylan hockley's mother nicole spoke at dylan's memorial service. dylan was 6 years old when he died. he had autism. they held the memorial one week after he died and they held it as a celebration of his life. watch this. this is remarkable. >> like many people on the spectrum, dylan demonstrated several aspects of repetitive movement. some autistic individuals rock their bodies. roll their heads or flap their hands. dylan was a flapper. whenever he got excited or happy, he jumped up and down and flapped as hard as he could. one day i asked dylan, why do you flap? in all honesty because dylan had underdeveloped language skills, i wasn't expecting him to answer, but he did. he said "because i'm a beautiful butterfly." it has been said that something as small as a butterfly flapping its wings can cause a hurricane halfway around the world. that a small change or single occurrence in one place can result in large differences elsewhere. it redefines t
and smiles and laughter. it was a day dylan would have loved. >> three months after his death and i am still in a state of shock. that i know nothing will bring dylan back i am determined to honor him and the others lost that i am dedicated myself to saving other lives to insure that people don't need to go through and the pain that we are going through. if you are a parent, siblings, families, friends and communities. we met this morning with families from the local area, who have shared this experience, and have lost children and while it was very moving to see their inner strength and courage, the look of pain in their eyes has become all too familiar to me. it is the same pain i see in the families who also lost loved one on 12-14 and the same pain that i notice every time that i look in the mirror. love has so much that connects us because of our losses and while it is helpful to meet with other families who have experienced this and share their experiences, this is the club in which no one would ever choose to be a member. since dylan and his classmates and teachers were murdered we ha
to system, "saved you a seat at the movies." >>> dylan dreyer talks about this now. winter won't let go, evidently. this is what it looked like in virginia in the val where a surprise storm dropped up to seven inches of snow in that area. dylan, as we were talking about earlier, we're not used to this late winter this year at least compared to last. >> i was so excited to move to new york city from boston. spring starts a little bit earlier here. >> yeah. >> no. >> theoretically. >> it's not happening. we are going to finally see a warm-up this weekend especially on sunday in the northeast. but in the northwest we do have a lot of rain. the rain is coming down in seattle, and it will continue to do so for quite some time. closer look, though, shows you that we are certainly seeing some of the heavier pockets of rain right along the coast. and we are going to have to deal with some of those showers off and on for a little while. now, down in florida, we are also seeing some of those heavier pockets of rain. we're also going to see a few lighter scattered showers down across southeastern
. >>> nbc's dylan dreyer here with the forecast. dylan, looks like the weather is on the move. >> this say crazy weather. we have the northern parts of minnesota and tornadoes will be seen across the gulf states today. you can see where that warm area is, though, in the southeastern part of the country. and back behind it, that's where that warm air is. it's that clash that is creating a potential for heavy storms. heavy rain is falling from the great lakes to the gulf coast. we have heavy snow falling in and around minneapolis into duluth as well where there could be 9 to 12 inches possible. on the west coast, though, we're looking at a couple showers in northern and central nevada. other than that a little light rain in seattle put portland should be fairly quiet. most of california nation and sunny as well. temperaturewise, upper 50s in the northwest. 60s in the central oregon. 70s, though, in l.a. today and 80s in the desert southwest. so that's where all the warm air is in the west coast, and we should see that cooler air, though, start to settle in cali most of the california will be
before the roof caved in and there were no injuries. >>> let's get over to nbc's dylan dreyer here with your forecast for the week. we still have a lot of rain in some parts of the country. and in the west? >> yes. we are seeing most of our rain in the southeast today. we still have flooding concerns especially near fargo. the red river is expected to crest by tuesday night into wednesday, up around 37 feet. flood stage is 18 feet. so flooding is going to be a major concern out that way. you can see most of the wet weather is in the southeast and the northwest. although up across seattle and down into portland, also east into northern idaho, we are seeing lighter rain at this point. we're not going to see heavy torrential downpours or anything like that. we still have mountain snow falling out that way, too. a look at expected rainfall over the next 24 hours brings it up to around a quarter of an inch. could be closer to a half inch in bellingham, washington. we are looking for warm temperatures, though. yesterday phoenix hit their first 100-degree day of the season. today they sho
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. >>> later, she lost a child at sandy hook. dylan hockley's mom nicole joins us. she's here on capitol hill. we talk to a u.s. senator who wants to filibuster a new debate on gun control laws. we'll talk to him ahead. we'll be right back. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart fail
every time you see it. really nice. >>> dylan dreyer is here. >> hey, good morning. finally good news in the weather department for the eastern half of the country. a whole change in the weather pattern. this is what you want for warm air in the eastern half of the country. we'll see a nice warm-up starting today, lasting through at least the middle of next week. you see where that "l" is? that's where a big storm is developing back through the rockies. look at all the winter weather watches. the blizzard watches. the winter weather advisories. we are looking at the chance of some spots in wyoming and south dakota to pick up perhaps nearly a foot of snow. casper, wyoming will pick up a foot. so a huge storm out that way. keep in mind, over the next 72 hours. with temperatures in the 50s and we will see drizzle at times off and on right around sunrise to around lunchtime with brief afternoon clearing, but then a better chance of seeing april showers drops in after sunset through early monday morning and the wins kick up as you get into the forecast. any chance of showers shuts down and
on the stabbing rampage on a college campus in texas. the suspect under arrest, 20-year-old dylan quick, is accused of injuring 14 people in yesterday's attack. quick told investigators he planned the assault, and he has fantasized about be staibbing people to death since he was in elementary school. cnn's ed lavandera is live with the latest. >> reporter: classes here at the lone star college campus in cypress, texas, will resume. everything back to normal today. yesterday everything was far from normal, but it thankfully came to an end when three students jumped into action and took out an attacker. investigators say dylan quick unleashed a rapid and frightening attack on 14 people as he walked through the hallway at the lone star college campus in cypress, texas. cassie foe says it was surreal to watch the horrific scene unfold. she was in a classroom when she heard students screaming. how in the world did someone stab 14 people? >> he used his backpack as a shield and gets close to the person and bumps into them and stabs them statement. >> reporter: so it was that quick? >> that qu
company to help out their communities around the world so dylan dreyer is in new jersey this morning lending a hand. good morning. >> good morning. hanging out on the jersey shore on a saturday morning is not a bad thing. but it is comcast cares day. we are in highland, new jersey, and this is one of the single largest corporate sponsored charity events across the country. so, you can see we've got a whole bunch of comcast employees. we are expecting about 300 to 400 volunteers here alone today. and there are more than 600 events going on across the country, and for the first time comcast is taking their efforts abroad. we're going to see volunteers in london, in france, also in australia, germany, too. so this, i told you, is one of the biggest events across the country. one of the biggest corporate volunteerism events. and we have some volunteers here. so it is going to be absolutely perfect here in the northeast. most of the country, for all of the events going on, are going to be really seeing good weather. a lot of sunshine. but we do have rain down in the southeast. especially
with erica hill and dylan dreyer and jenna wolfe. >>> still to come, barbie and body image. we've seen the comparisons before, about whether she's anatomically correct. how does the doll stacked up when placed side by side with an average woman? experts hope the comparison will help girls and women who struggle with their body image. >>> also, if you're like most of us, and i definitely think the four of us fit this category, we are constantly connected. you'll never see us without one, if not two, phones in our hands. when you have the access all the time to the internet, have you wondered how safe the connection is? whether it's your home connection or public wi-fi. we'll have tips on protecting your private information. >>> speaking of technology, nbc's hit show "revolution," it takes place in a world where computers, phones, lights, even cars have mysteriously blacked out forever. one of the show's stars, elizabeth mitchell, drops by to tell us what we can expect this season. >>> and then, the foodie magician is here. what is the foodie magician? what it sounds like. josh beckerman
. what do we have in our forecast today? so happy to say dylan is back to help us. more storms? >> more storms, yes. today, alabama, georgia, panhandle of florida. they could see an isolated tornado or two. the crazy spring storm continues. and you can see where the warm is just hanging on down across the southeast. but it has dropped into the 40s in texas. 34 degrees in kansas city all because of this cold front moving eastward. and you can see right along that cold front is where we have the potential of stronger storms. no tornado watches in effect just yet. western kentucky and tennessee expired. the best chance of seeing damaging winds, large hail will be across the gulf coast states for today. right now the heavy rain continues from louisville, into bowling green, memphis, tennessee. and lots of lightning with this storm system moving across parts of louisiana. on the backside, we have a lot of snow. the snow is coming down very heavy. northwest of minneapolis and st. cloud, minnesota where we could end up today with up to 9 to 12 inches of snow. so this is just a big spring time
rid of some gray never all. >>> just ahead, dylan dreyer joins us with your wednesday weather forecast. >>> nbc terrorism analyst clint van zandt on the leads in the boston bombing investigation. >>> meet the heroes who stepped up and stood out to help those most in need. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back. a lot of rain and a lot of snow in most parts of the country out there right now. with the chance of about 6 to 12 inches of snow today across western and central nebraska. we also have the threat of very strong storms mainly in the plains states today with hail and damaging wind gusts and also some isolated tornadoes, especially across oklahoma. out on the west coast, though, things are pretty quiet. a couple of spotty showers are winding down right now in the pacific northwest, but they'll try to redevelop later on today with a chance of some sprinkles. but really we'll squeeze out sunshine, too, in the upper 50s to lower 60s in the northwest. then on thursday more showers do start to work back in, but it looks sunny and warm in southwestern californi
years old. that's the word from the sheriff. the suspect is now 20. his name a dylan quick. students called him shy and said he carried stuffed animals with him on campus outside houston. >> there are no finds he was a problem student. he had many of the faculty who had him reported he was a good student and worked in the public library. there was no signs on the college campus there was anything amiss. >> the reports the suspect was the target of bullying but the sheriff wouldn't confirm that and he did say he planned his attack for some time. witnesses say yesterday morning he stabbed classmate after classmate, many in the neck and face. students said they could see blood dripping down the stairs. according to investigators, chards of a blade turned up in one of the victims. the suspect did not escape. one of the people who tackled him snapped this photo and posted it on line. actually on one of his sites. now officials are seeking more answers about the student described as a nice guy. but kind of out there. trace gallagher in our west coast news hub. it's my understanding we lear
in business it was on this business day in 1961 that bob dylan made his recording debut for $50, he played his harmonica on harry belafonte's midnight special album. his debut album was recorded in six hours r $400 from folk to country and gospel rock-and-roll he sold 1 hundred million records worldwide and received granny, golden globe and academy awards and was inducted into the rock-and-roll hall of fame and in 2012 dylan received the presidential medal of freedom from president obama. bob dylan continues to tour with his recent studio albums including together through life and his most recent album tempests. it all began today when bob dylan made his recording debut on april 24th, '52 years thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of lking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. hey everybody
. on to this day in business it was on this business day in 1961 that bob dylan made his recording debut for $50, he played his harmonica on harry belafonte's midnight special album. his debut album was recorded in six hours for $400 from folk to country and gospel rock-and-roll he sold 1 hundred million records worldwide and received granny, golden globe and academy awards and was inducted into the rock-and-roll hall of fame and in 2012 dylan received the presidential medal of freedom from president obama. bob dylan continues to tour with his recent studio albums including together through life and his most recent album tempests. it all began today when bob dylan made his recording debut on april 24th, '52 years ago. that is a long career. we will be right back. we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these ye
kept looking thinking when am i going to see dylan or any of the kids from his classroom. eventually they announced there had been a shooting and they told us that people had died and the room just erupted with anguish. but even then you still think, dylans okay. he has got to be okay. because this wouldn't happen to dylan. >> it's somebody else's town. it's somebody else's community, until one day you wake up and it's not. >> michael: that's dave wheeler previously was nicole hawkly. it's hard to imagine that you can then walk into the senate and say we have to filibuster this thing because of the constitute. >> i think you are going to site come to a vote -- certainly in a number of legislatures that have acted. i think it will be come to a vote in congress. i'm not going to speak on either side of the gun-control issue, or speak for the folks who are going to do what they are going to do, leading a filibuster or whatever, they have their reasons for doing what they do? >> michael: but you think the emotionalism is a big part of why we're even on the cusp of t
's dylan drier is here with a look at the wednesday forecast. good morning. >> good morning. we are actually watching a lot of severe weather moving across the country, especially down across oklahoma today. but we also have wintry weather still occurring across the northern plains. it doesn't look like that much right now. it is going to strengthen and become more severe as we go throughout the day. the snowfall will continue to accumulate, especially across south dakota and nebraska today. we're actually going to see another, perhaps 6 to 12 inches of snow across parts of western and central nebraska over the course of today. and even denver will pick up a few more inches of snowfall today. look at all the lightning with these storms though across illinois, indiana, and stretching down into kentucky. we are going to see some stronger storms that way. but the biggest threat of severe weather today will be back across oklahoma especially. we'll see the possibility of large hail and even isolated tornadoes possible in that area in red from southeastern kansas right down into cent
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-year-old suspect dylan quick is accused of injuring 14 people at lone star community college. officials say quick told investigators he planned the assault and that he has fantasized about stabbing people since he was in elementary school. cnn's ed lavandera liv in cypress, texas, where classes are resuming. >> good morning, christine. disturbing details that investigators have released in this about their conversations with dylan quick in the moments after he was taken into custody. but it all came to a quick end, because of three students who jumped into action. investigators say dylan quick unleashed a rapid and frightening attack on 14 people, as he walked through a hallway of the lone star college campus in cypress, texas. kathy foe says it was surreal to watch the horrific scene unfold. she was in a classroom when she heard students screaming. how in the world does someone stab 14 people? >> he used his back pack as a shield and he gets close to the person, kind of bumps into them and stabs them at the same time. >> that quick. >> it was that quick, just and then out. and down the
. and because of and marie murphy. and marie was a special education teacher charged with the care of dylan hockley, this little lloyd a wonderful gentle 6-year-old lloyd who was living with autism. and marie loved dylan and dylan loved and marie back. there was a picture on his refrigerator of and marie and almost every day he pointed to ann marie with pride to his parents. nicole his mom is here this week at dylan's funeral she said when she realized dylan wasn't going to show up at the firehouse fire house that day with all the other kids who were returning from the school she hoped she would need -- see him and she knew she wouldn't. she knew that ann marie would not leave dylan dylan site if you were in danger. and she didn't. when the bullets started flying, she brought dylan into her arms and she held him tight inside the classroom and that is just how the two of them were found. on monday that cole flew down here to washington with myself and president obama to try to make the case that rings need to change for dylan, and co-marie and the thousands of other people who have been kill
grace marquez greene, also age 6, her mother melba is here today and she is with us in spirit. dylan hockley, age 6, whose mother nicole is here, also here in spirit. and jesse lewis, age 6. his father, neil hesland is here. mary sherlach, one of the six educators killed at sandy hook elementary, whose husband bill is here. jesse, mary are here with us, too. and we know that compromise and action are possible because two of our colleagues have forged a bipartisan compromise that will enable us to come closer. it is imperfect, it is less than what i would have preferred in achieving universal background checks, it is a starting point. it is a step in the right direction. and it will help us achieve a larger bipartisan compromise because background checks are only one part of a commemorative strategy that must -- competitive strategy that must include a ban on illegal trafficking, strengthening school safety, as well as mental health initiatives and a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and i'll be privileged to spearhead the assault on high-capacity magazines along with
. dylan was also there. you can hear him clearly. and then there were the beatles, john, paul, george, and an unnamed drummer, but for all we knew, it could have been ringo. and we learned about this double bootleg album shrouded in nis mist tri because we all read the review in "rolling stone". >> i'm the music editor at "rolling stone" magazine. >> the very same "rolling stone" portrayed in almost famous. it was the bible of music at that time. you had the moon landing, woodstock, the vietnam war. music was huge and it had the power to change the world. then comes the review by the record reviews editor greer marcus. he called the album powerful, provocative and stunning, a masterpieces. it can truly be said this album is the way of life. >> people began calling the rolling stone offices, record stores. when is this record coming out? how do we get in touch with the distributor? >> the only problem was there was no album. the review was made up. there was no supergroup, no dylan, no beatles, no jagger, there were no songs or lyrics, but there sure was a lot of interest. greil marcus
and jerry vail. >> imus: was bob dylan there then? >> bob dylan was there, primarily known has a songwriter. >> imus: how about -- >> and simon an garfunkel record just came out, the single, the sound of silence. >> imus: they have to be thinking e oh, god, here's a guy named president of the company, just another lawyer. who is head of a & r. >>> how did you become clive davis? >> i listened. you don't have to be an instant expert. i observed, watched. i learned if you're doing tony bennett. if you're doing andy williams. if you're doing percy faith, you don't know what's happening in the contemporary sounds. you're living in your own universe. a year later i found myself at the mom and pop festival. >> imus: how did you wind up there? >> i made a deal with lieu adler. >> imus: another great record producer. known -- >>> he lived a mystique. he did ultimately the mamas and papas. i made a deal with him on our first record. a artist called scot scott mckee but the song, if you're going to san francisco, be sure to wear flowers. >> imus: yeah, sure. >> i didn't know -- this was ushering in a
will -- >> the final one as you call it. >> the final one, exactly. >> thanks, dylan dreyer is here, has our first check of the forecast. >> good morning. we're talking about more snow. believe it or not. there is snow falling across parts of the northern midwest. it's isolated basically to minnesota, and wisconsin. parts of extreme northern michigan, too. that's where the snow is falling. heavy at times. there's also some ice down near fargo. we could end up with, i'd say, less than a tenth of an inch of ice out that way. look at some of those snow totals. 3 to 6 inches possible across parts of northeastern minnesota. also northern michigan, and wisconsin. elsewhere, we're looking at a pretty nice saturday as we kick off the weekend. it will be about 10 degrees colder in the northeast today than yesterday. but tomorrow, could be about 10 degrees warmer than today. did you get all that. we are actually going to see a warm-up sunday. that's a loo >> here's a look at the radar. we have drizzle or a passing shower or two. mainly north of the golden gates. as we go hour by hour today, we'll go from pa
and his manager went to see him because they wanted to know who discovered bob dylan. and john hammond went over his material and i never forget him bringing bruce into my office and going over the material. and making the decision jointly to sign bruce springstein. >> of all the people that you have worked with, who have but be closest too? >> the artist. >> is witny always going to be sort of the one because you had such an influence because she was so young when you -- >> well, when you discover a rock 'n' roll artist, you are discovering someone who is self-contained. are you waiting for that artist like patty smith, you know, springstein. you're waiting for that artist. and it doesn't just have to be rock, it's true of alecia keyes. are you waiting for them to write and develop their music. in the case of barry manilow, the first artist on arista records which i founded, i then honed my ear to find great songs, either for artist was don't write or like barry, artists who did write hit songs but maybe not enough to have the magnitude of his career 30, 40 years later. and so i got,
and a red sox fan. >> bill: i think so. we'll be talking to avery friedman our legal beagle and dylan byars from "politico" in here to talk about how well the media did or didn't do covering this story. and where do we go from here? but first -- >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> on this monday some overhead lines make this new, former president george w. bush's library opens in texas this week. bush says it will be a play to quote, lay out the facts, not a forum to explain his policies and handling of things like the iraq war and hurricane katrina. bush says there is no need to explain himself. >> bill: i still have to say, we'll talk more about this later -- george bush library? >> yeah. >> bill: if that is not a contradiction in terms. >> every admission comes with a free box of crayons. >> one member of congress wants to save a little money the national budget by cutting out if i recall painted portraits of government leaders. east portrait costs between $20,000 and $40,000. >> bill: yeah, and they are such great works of right. >> he is introdu
. he slashed anybody who got in his way. 20-year-old dylan quick faces assault with a deadly weapon. he left 14 people injured two of them critically. quick told cops he planned the rampage like you said, patti ann for a long time and fantize -- fantasized about doing it for years. he did catch up with quick and tackled him to the ground after following him. >> as soon as i put him on the ground i asked him, why, why, why is he staping people? we knocked his hearing aid out and he couldn't hear me. i was so enraged. >> 1250u dents barricaded themselves signed one of the classrooms saying that was their only option. >> god protected us in our classroom and we wish we could protect ourselves with guns and stuff. we wish the law would let us carry guns because we are legal adults and carry guns on campus to protect ourselves. so far all we have to reply on s god. >> the campus reopens for all classes and all other activities. >> ainsley, thank you. it is time for the top 5 at 5:00. yao night two florida boys reunited with their grandparents in florida. the boy's parents accused of kidnappi
's nbc's dylan dri drier with the weather channel forecast. >> we're talking about rain across the southeast, heavy in spots, especially down through the carolinas. it's already stretching into the washington, d.c. area with some lighter showers across new york and new jersey today. but the big area of concern will be for damaging winds, maybe some isolated hail, especially into southern wisconsin and that will stretch back into northeastern kansas. that's the area where we should see some of our strongest storms today. betty? >> thank you, dylan. we appreciate that. >>> just ahead, who won the weekend box office battle of the continents. and so long, kennedy compound. taylor swift has a new summer home and we'll show you where it is when "fist look" returns. [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. and didn't know where to start. used a contractor before at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you.
have dylan dreyer here with the weather. they have been experiencing serious flooding. >> because of the rain, the rivers have been trying to crest. most of the rivers have crested and are receding at this point. you can see the river flood warnings throughout the midwest and in missouri several rivers will not crest until early next week so flooding is going to be a major concern out that way and then we get into the spring melt with all of the snow melt especially back into fargo where precautions are being taken for the potential of perhaps record breaking flooding out in that area once temperatures do start to warm up. temps are not warming up yet. we're seeing cold air working back into the northern plains into the plains themselves with temperatures today only in the 40s and 50s and in the northeast it will be seasonable with the rain coming to an end. temperatures should top out in the upper 50s and lower 60s. we will see increasing sunshine across the eas >>> you're looking at very mild temperatures especially here in san francisco. 50 degrees. temperatures today in inland
. dylan quick, a 20-year-old student, has been arrested. and he has admitted to fantas e fantasizing about killing people. we have the latest. good morning, ed lavendera. >> reporter: we are receiving a couple bits of information. dylan quick will make his first court appearance tomorrow, here in houston and we've received his mugshot from the harris county sheriff's department. he was taken into custody yesterday shortly after this attack, where investigators accused him of stabbing more than a dozen people here on this campus. and it all came to a quick end, because of three students. investigators say dylan quick unleashed a rapid and frightening attack on 14 people as he walked through a hallway of the lonestar college campus in cypress, texas. kathy said it was surreal to watch the horrific scene unfold. she was in a classroom when she heard students creaming. how in the world does someone stab 14 people? >> he uses his backpack as a shield, and he gets close, bumps into them and stabs them at the same time and then out and down the other way. >> reporter: so this guy and walkin
, a day care worker charged with the care of this little boy, ann marie loved dylan and dylan loved her back. there was a picture on his refrigerator of ann marie. almost every day he would point to her with pride. any coal, his mornings is here this week. she said at his funeral that when she realized that dylan wasn't going to show up at the firehouse that day with all the other kids who were returning from the school, she hoped she had see mrs. murphy, but she knew she wouldn't. she knew that ann marie wouldn't leave dylan's side if he was in danger, and she didn't. when the bullets started flying, she brought dylan into her arms, she held him tight in that classroom, and that's just how the two of them were found. on monday, nicole flew down here to washington to meet with myself and president obama to make the case that things need to change for dylan, for an marie, and for thos thousands o. as they walked up the steps of air force one, one mom raised a piece of paper above her head with a note she had scribbled on it. the note said, "love wins." i believe today more than i ever ha
gentle said joe boyd. he was doing great at sandy hook elementary school. anne-marie love dylan. and dylan loved anne-marie back. there's a picture on his refrigerator of anne-marie. animals every day he points to anne-marie with pride, to his parents. nicole, his mom is here this week, said at dylan's funeral, she said, that when she realized till and wasn't going to show up at the firehouse that day, with all the other kids who were returning from the school, she hoped she would see mrs. murphy. she knew she wouldn't. she knew that anne-marie wouldn't leave dylan's side if he was in danger. and she didn't. when the bullets started flying, she brought dylan into her arms. she held him tight inside the classroom. and that's just how the two of them were found. on monday, nicole flew down here to washington with myself and president obama to try to make the case of we need change, for dylan, for anne-marie and the thousands of other people before and after who have been killed by guns. and as nickel and the other parents walked up the steps of air force one, one mom raised a piec
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